The Great Ocean Walk extends for a distance of around 100 kilometres between Apollo Bay and the 12 Apostles. See spectacular rugged coastline with sandy beaches and tall cliffs, the Cape Otway lighthouse, forests, rivers, waterfalls, wetlands and native wildlife. Visitors can enjoy short day walks or for those who wish to undertake overnight hikes, there are several walk-in camp sites along the way.
Famous for the Twelve Apostles and historic shipwrecks, the park contains significant areas of vegetation and fauna native to south-western Victoria. Coastal environments include woodlands, dunes, wetlands, coastal cliffs, limestone stacks and arches.
Victoria's second largest Marine National Park covers 7,500 hectares along approximately 17 kilometres of coastline featuring dramatic underwater arches, canyons, fissures, gutters and deep sloping reefs